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Mind map your app

Mind map your app

My talk from the NSBudapest meetup, held as part of Craft Conf 2018, on May 10th.

A version with presenter notes embedded is here: https://speakerdeck.com/radianttap/mind-map-your-app-with-notes

It's a short dive into a proper use of Coordinators and Layers architecture to really separate View Controllers into manageable, isolated units.

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